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Mareesa Nicosiaeducation news site, the Seventy Four, understands the importance of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's commitment to computer science...
Microsoft's Satya Nadella announced that the company will be the latest tech giant to help support computer science education for youth by pledging $75 million...
New York City mayor Bill De Blasio announced that within ten years all of the city's public school students will be required to take computer science courses...
Seattle teachers will return to the classroom and school will resume tomorrow after successful negotiations with Seattle Schools ended a week-long strike that...
This week in Science Technology, Engineering and Math news, experts discuss closing the STEM education gap, a text message game has children use STEM skills to...
A report released today from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has revealed that computers in the classroom do not improve student...
Author Carol Carter for The Huffington Post is looking at why homeschooling is increasing in popularity—and whether alternative options to traditional school...
Ever since its opening in 2013, San Francisco-based AltSchool has caught the attention of many in its unique approach to teaching pre-K through grade 8...
Many teachers want to use social media in their classrooms but just need some guidance. What better way to find out what works than for educators to talk with...
App Review: 'Socrative Teacher' (iPad/iPhone)​ App Name: Socrative Teacher (iPhone/iPad) Cost: Free What does it...
It’s no secret some schools nationwide might be scratching their heads when it comes to determining what technology is best for their students and how they can...
One of the latest and biggest topics in education currently is the state of teacher colleges and preparation programs, which many experts agree are not...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), HBO's John Oliver has some choice words to say about math, girls might prefer computer science...
It’s hard to fathom that we now live in an age where technology reigns supreme. It’s so influential in fact, that it’s also seen as the future of education....
EdTech company Flocabularly has created a resource for the classroom that could change the way students learn Common Core- the Week in Rap web series that is...
The L.A. Unified School District is making headlines again for new analysis that reveals the district continues to be troubled by costly tech initiatives that...
Google Apps for Education will reportedly support more than 40 million active teachers and students this school year, reaffirming Google Classroom's influence...
Social media is a part of everyone’s lives whether we like to admit it or not. However, it can also be a very useful tool in the classroom. That being said,...
In an attempt to get students more involved with meaningful learning, Facebook and Summit Public Schools have created a Personal Learning Platform giving...
Through its program AT&T Aspire, AT&T announced it will be providing educational organizations this school year with $20 million to benefit students...

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